World Tour (Lonely Planet Kids)

by Lonely Planet Kids (Author)

World Tour (Lonely Planet Kids)
Reading Level: 2nd − 3rd Grade

Come on a round-the-world adventure as we explore 60 amazing places from across the globe! Packed with fascinating facts, this fully illustrated book introduces kids to some of the best places to visit on our planet. Continent by continent, they'll find out the top things to see and do: playing in Central Park, getting lost in the Amazon Jungle, climbing the Eiffel Tower, exploring the Great Wall of China, touring Sydney Harbour and much more. Fun, accessible text and lively artwork by Pippa Curnick, David Shepard and Mike Love bring each place vividly to life.

Contents include:

  • Playing in Central Park, New York (North America)
  • Touring Mexico City during the Day of the Dead (North America)
  • Exploring the Amazon Jungle in Brazil (South America)
  • Climbing Machu Picchu in Peru’s Andes (South America)
  • Taking a boat trip down the Seine in Paris (Europe)
  • Joining the crowds at Venice’s carnival on a gondola cruise (Europe)
  • Cruising the Nile to see the wonders of ancient Egypt (Africa)
  • Going on Safari to see lions and elephants in Tanzania’s Serengeti Plains (Africa)
  • Negotiating the world’s busiest road crossing in Tokyo, Japan (Asia)
  • Wandering along the Great Wall of China (Asia)
  • Touring Sydney Harbor (Australasia)
  • Climbing the mountains of New Zealand’s South Island (Australasia)
  • And lots more
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Lonely Planet Kids
Kate Baker is a writer and editor of children's books for all ages on subjects ranging from history and travel, to natural history and mythology. Her books include previous Lonely Planet Kid's titles: A Place Called Home, Love Around the World and Wild in the City.
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Lonely Planet
Publication date
September 21, 2021
Lonely Planet Kids
BISAC categories
JNF038000 - Juvenile Nonfiction | People & Places | General
JNF051180 - Juvenile Nonfiction | Science & Nature | Earth Sciences - Geography
JNF025000 - Juvenile Nonfiction | History | General
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